RIP, once again. Oh and apologies, Americans. I simply refuse to write dates in your backwards format. (As a consolation I used your power outlets in the previous comic!)
Posts Tagged ‘someone dies’
Someone has to say it, and I guess the responsibility falls on me. So here goes: “This comic is shocking.” Edit September 16th, 2016: Phew, my super busy past couple weeks are OVER and DONE with. I will celebrate by returning to the regular comic schedule on Monday!
Unbelievable! In slightly more believable news, I’ll be off on a tiny bit of vacation for the next couple weeks, but I DO plan on posting at least a couple comics (but we’ll see how things turn out). I also have a guest comic lined up – and if you by any chance is a [...]
Oops, sorry for spoiling Finding Dory for you. Also, just a quick PSA: I’ve noticed, as have all other site admins probably, that ad revenue has dropped dramatically in recent months. Part of it might be because of the rise of AdBlock – which is an awesome invention, but not all that cool for a [...]
I did a lot of research for this comic, I mean, – phew! – A LOT of research. Huge thanks goes to my friend for lending me a toy I desperately needed for reference! Oh, also, this comic is loosely a continuation of this comic and this other comic from five years ago.
Yup, this comic is kinda the sequel to the Optipess classic “The Ride” from a few years ago. Vroom! Edit February 26: Due to life stuff, no new comic until next week. Damn “life stuff”, always getting in the way of making comics!
Happy Valentine’s Day (on Sunday)! Also, the comments are back! Hopefully. A misbehaving plugin prevented you from leaving comments on the last few comics, but this should be fixed now. Feel free to try it out on this one as well as the latest bunch of comics! (If it still doesn’t work, hit me up [...]
This gritty reboot will also somehow tie into one of the 14 Prometheus sequels Ridley Scott has planned for the next decade. Also, in case you missed it last week – there was an article + interview with me about some of my gloomier comics over at Huffington Post. Exciting!